September 8, 2018 Subject:
I was here. This was one of the absolute finest shows I've ever attended. it was in a theater that they perform The Rocky Horror Picture Show every weekend I do believe. They had really good beer Guinness Bass that sort of thing. Me and my friends were all there hopped up on some very clean LSD. we stood right in front of the stage the entire show I guess we didn't really stand as much as got down. This was our show they played everything we wanted them to play. I danced so hard during the show. I gifted Cliff a sugar cube at some point early in the first set I do believe. I can't confirm whether or not he actually ingested that he may have just thrown it away LOL. As far as that slip jig Encore that was all me. You can clearly hear me screaming "slipjig meeeeee". There was a really cute girl standing next to me screaming for loner and I wasn't having it. The band was standing just off stage looking at me and Sweeney give me a look like "we got this"
. They came out and absolutely killed slip jig. It was the next day where I realized I pulled a groin muscle during The Encore. Absolutely f****** incredible show. Thanks for the Memories boys.
June 14, 2018 Subject:
Found getting ready for the return of Ed & Johnny at Hookahville 50. See ya Labor Day
May 13, 2017 Subject:
What an awesome show! And great recording too! Thanks for sharing!
November 20, 2009 Subject:
wow...surround is simply fantastic...as is the sound quality and the band...i love re-living these older shows =D
June 25, 2009 Subject:
Loving the old school
I agree with all these reviews. And for the record, I love the band in this form. Sweeny playing Ed songs is irreplacable. That sound missing from EH today!
Reviewer:My Name is Nothing Extra
December 29, 2008 Subject:
Classic eH 2.0
Thanks to the previous reviewer for bumping this show to the top of the pile . . .a slice of classic ekoostik Hookah version 2.0, the very best days of Ed McGee's work as the frontman at a time when the sound was just ON all the time.
In comparison to the dank heavy sound of today's band, this is a crisp crackling show from top to bottom and a welcome reminder of what made us love the band in whatever form it takes.